Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Every month, Animal Crossing: New Horizons features new bugs, fishes, and underwater creatures that players can catch. These creatures can be caught for collecting purposes, or can just be sold for additional Bells that can be used to improve your island in a lot of different ways.

February has now begun, and new creatures have finally hit the game in both the Northern and Southern Hemisphere. You can catch the full list of creatures below, courtesy of Essentially Sports below.

Northern Hemisphere

Tiger Beetle (bug)

Location: On the ground
Time: All-day
Price: 1,500 Bells

Southern Hemisphere

Soft-shelled Turtle (fish)

Shadow size: Medium-large
Location: River
Time: 4 PM – 9 AM
Price: 3,750 Bells

Moray Eel (fish)

Shadow size: Thin
Location: Sea
Time: All-day
Price: 2,000 Bells

Ray (fish)

Shadow size: Large
Location: Sea
Time: 4 AM – 9 PM
Price: 3,000 Bells

Migratory Locust (bug)

Location: On the ground
Time: 8 AM – 7 PM
Price: 600 Bells

Rice Grasshopper (bug)

Location: On the ground
Time: 8 AM – 7 PM
Price: 160 Bells

Walker Cicada (bug)

Location: On trees
Time: 8 AM – 5 PM
Price: 400 Bells

Flatworm (underwater creature)

Shadow size: Tiny
Swimming speed: Slow short movement
Time: 4 PM – 9 AM
Price: 700 Bells

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is now available on Nintendo Switch. A new update is also live, introducing support for a new event, new reactions and much more new content to play with.

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